NYF Television & Film Awards announces finalists

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NYF Television & Film Awards

NYF Television & Film Awards

Numerous animated entries are among the finalists for this year’s New York Festivals International Television & Film Awards, now in its 55th year of honoring the world’s best TV programs and films.

The grand jury, comprised of award-winning TV and film industry experts, determined the shortlist from entries submitted from 40 countries worldwide. Trophies will be presented April 17 at the 2012 Television & Film Awards Ceremony at the annual NAB Show in Las Vegas.

In the Animation category, the finalists are:

WWOD Block – DJR (The Walt Disney Company Latin America)

Go To The Cinema (Telecine Programação de Filmes Ltda)

What is Empathy? (Zing Productions Ltd.)

Curriculum Vitae (weareflink GmbH)
TIA 2011 Show Opener (OPIUM EFFECT GMBH)


Eat Healthy PSA – Broccoli (Astro Entertainment Sdn Bhd)
Eat Healthy PSA – Gladiator (Astro Entertainment Sdn Bhd)
Asian Games (Astro MBNS)

To imagine another culture, to imagine Mexico

Tron: Legacy (CANAL PLUS)

HBO Mulher de Fases (HBO Latin America Group)
Nurse Jackie “Bullets” (Showtime Networks)
True Blood: Death Count Promo (HBO)
FIFA Women’s World Cup 2011 Animation Package (ESPN)
Toonix Web – Cosmos (Cartoon Network LA)

United Kingdom
Osteoblasts and Osteoclasts (Random42 Medical Animation)
Genius Season (BBC Worldwide, Global Channels, Creative Services)
Planet Dinosaur (Jellyfish Pictures)

“The wide variety, depth, and scope of the programming created by this year’s finalists are proof that excellence knows no boundaries,” said Rose Anderson, executive director of the NYF Television & Film Awards. “Increasingly, as our world becomes more connected, it is no surprise that imaginative and innovative programming across all platforms engages a worldwide audience.”

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